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DAFFODIL NEWS Puyallup, WA Aerie #2308

Volume 60, No. 11

Happy ing kgiv Thana

November 2011

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Help us honor our Ho! Ho! Ho! Veterans on Nov. 9 Get those tags off our

We will be honoring Veterans on Wednesday, November 9 at 6 p.m. Tickets will be on sale starting on Tuesday, November 1. Please come down and support the Veterans of today, tomorrow and the past. We will have a guest speaker. Tickets will be $2. Thank you in advance. — Jerry Miller and Loni Andrews Co-Chairpersons

Here’s your chance to get our cookbook We have an opportunity to purchase 100 more cookbooks. If you missed out getting one last year or need more, now is the time to place your order. We will only order the books if we receive a minimum of 75 preorder commitments. You pay once and you receive your book(s). If you would like to place your order, please contact me by phone at (253) 841-8584 or email me at: Please leave your full name, contact information and how many books you would like to reserve. All proceeds from the sale of this set of books will go to the Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center. — Yvonne Brown, Cookbook Chairman

2011 ‘Tree of Giving’ Greetings and happy holidays to our Brothers and Sisters of Daffodil Aerie #2308. It is that time of the year when we look for the support of our Brothers and Sisters for those less fortunate than us. Starting on Friday, November 25, we will have a Tree of Giving in the lobby. There will be tags on this tree from the families “wish list.” Please take a tag and bring the “gift” back to the club unwrapped on Saturday, December 17.. On that date the Eagle Elves will be wrapping and collecting all of these gifts to return to the Helping Hands House to be delivered to the families. Donations of food for the holiday meal are needed, as well. If you have any questions, please contact: Chief Elf Cathi Aahan at (253) 219-6123 or Chief Elf Terry Gregory at (253) 848-2483. Ho! Ho! Ho! Thank you in advance for your generosity.

Help fill our ‘Mouse House’ We have the “Mouse House” out in the front lobby. Please, this is the time of year when the cupboards get low for so many in our community, so let’s fill it up and help out. Just a little means a lot. Remember the individuals that are receiving this food are just the same as you or I, so please watch the expiration dates. Thank you and happy Thanksgiving to all. — Loni Andrews and Mike Andrews Food Bank Chairmen

From Your Madam President

Pope’s Kids need your spare change Have you seen the pot for pennies, or any other coin or cash? We have a decorated Potty just inside the dance floor at the club for your spare change. Marcia McNall, who is the chairperson for one of the State Special Projects which is raising money for Pope’s Kids Place, is asking for your support to help raise money for this project. Bring your coins down and unload them into the Potty. The money collected goes directly to Pope’s Kids Place which provides respite care for children with special health care needs to include the medically fragile. This facility serves children from all areas of Washington State. Help us make a difference. Many things are happening at the club this month, check out the calendar and get involved. Dance, shop, visit, work and enjoy! The Auxiliary has initiated five new members this past month. Thank you Sisters for signing up our new members. Please come and join us in the fun and work at our meetings and functions. We are “People Helping People.” Let’s start it right here at our own club. The holidays are just around the corner. May you all have a happy Thanksgiving and a warm belly full of turkey and all the trimmings. Remember those who fall short during the holidays and bring your donation of food down to the club to drop into the barrel for the food bank. — Love and Luck! Kathy Crouchet, Madam President

Thanks for your help with the Cancer Fund

From Your Worthy President

Our ladies are pretty important at #2308!! Hello Brothers and Sisters, In case you Brothers are wondering why I say hello to our Sisters, it is because sometimes there is information in my newsletter that they may be interested in and they are just as an important part of our Aerie as the Brothers. They may be more important since they do most of the volunteer work. I bring this up because I get tired of hearing some Brothers spouting off that the Eagles is a man’s club. Okay, that is enough soap box for now. Those of you who didn’t go on the Leavenworth bus trip missed a really fun day. I think I can say that every one really enjoyed themselves, some more than others. Loni, Robin and Penny did a fantastic job with the bus activities and bar. We visited Cle Elum Aerie #649 on the way back and had a lot of fun there. They put on a really good lasagna dinner. A special thanks to Lon Lewis, who is both a member at Daffodil and a Trustee at Cle Elum. Lon put the dinner together and worked with Loni on the visitation. One last thing, here are some reminders for November. We are having our Veterans’ Dinner on the Wednesday, the 9th. Cocktails are at 5 p.m. We have our third reading of proposed House Rule and By-Law changes and voting at our meeting on Wednesday, November 2. I hope that all of my Brothers and Sisters have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Happy Trails! — Keith Stubblefield, Your Worthy President

Please type all your stories Just a reminder again that your newsletter articles must be typed. It is very hard to read some writing even when you think it is okay. Also, please do not type your stories in all capital letters. — Your Editor

Thanks to all my Aerie Brothers and Sisters, who gave me their support by donating to our Auxiliary’s Cancer Fund in October. The bar looked so cute with Published monthly by the Puyallup, Washington all the bats, cats, and ghosts “flying” about! Many of Daffodil Aerie #2308 you had fun looking for your names on them. Also, Fraternal Order of Eagles thanks to those who tried the “cake pops” for breast in the interest of Eagledom, for and about cancer awareness. Again, we couldn’t be one of the the Eagles in the Daffodil Aerie. best for raising money in the state without the help of P.O. Box 1358, 202 5th NW, Puyallup, WA 98371 everyone of you. A huge thank you to you all! E-Mail: — Shireen Ainsworth, Auxiliary Cancer Chairman -2-


Aux. Funeral Chairmen Loni Andrews (253) 230-8883 Auxiliary Sick Chairman Mary Jane Pagel (253) 847-3083



NOVEMBER, 2011 Web Site: - E-Mail: Monday


Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm RV Meeting 7 pm Members Only Poker 2 pm Bingo 7 pm

Wednesday Hor'douerves 4:30 pm - ? Trustees 6 pm Aerie Meeting 7:30 pm Third Reading And Voting On Proposed House Rule & By-Law Changes

1 Breakfast 7:30 - 10:30 am Hotcakes, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Ham, Juice, Coffee. BAZAAR 9 am - 3 pm Turkey Dinner 2 - 6 pm - $8 Jackpot Drawing 5 pm

Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm

Trustees Meeting 6 pm

Golfers Meetng 6:30 pm

Members Only Poker 2 pm

Veterans' Dinner 6 pm

Bingo 7 pm 6

Breakfast 7:30 - 10:30 am Eggs to Order, Toast, Spuds, Bacon, Ham, Juice, Coffee. Texas Hold'em Sign In 11 am Play At 1 pm Jackpot Draw 5 pm

7 Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm

20 Breakfast 7:30 - 10:30 am Omelets, spuds, Toast, Juice, Coffee. Deck The Halls 10 am Everyone Welcome, All Ages. Make Your Club Holiday Happy POTLUCK TO FOLLOW! Jackpot Draw 5 pm


Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm Members Only Poker 2 pm Bingo 7 pm

13 Breakfast 7:30 - 10:30 am SOS, Biscuits, Gravy, Hashbrowns or French Toast, Bacon, Ham, Juice, Coffee. Jackpot Drawing 5 pm



Aerie Meeting 7:30 pm Initiation New Year's Eve Tickets Go On Sale 7 pm

15 Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm

Trustees Meeting 6 pm

Past Presidents' Meeting 7 pm

Members Only Poker 2 pm

Party! Sock Hop With Max Renshaw

Bingo 7 pm 21

Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm



Eddie's Spaghetti 4:45 - 6:45 pm

Dining 5-8:30 pm Salmon or BreadedVeal

Cribbage 6:30 pm

Dance to Sundance 8 to Midnight

Soup & Sand 11 am to 1 pm Dining 5 - 8 pm Cook's Choice Dance To Waylaid 8 to Midnight

Members Only Poker 2 -6 pm 3


Auxiliary Dining 5-8:30 pm Meeting Salmon or 7:30 pm Pork Loin Initiation Dance to Cribbage 6:30 pm Philly Steak Reckless 4:30 - 7 pm 8 to Midnight Members Only Poker 2 pm



Auxiliary Dining 5-8:30 pm Meeting Salmon or 7:30 pm Chicken Fried Cribbage 6:30 pm Turkey Dinner Dance to With All The Jukebox Fixings 8 to Midnight 4:30 - 7 pm Raffle For Members Only The Youth Poker 2 pm



Happy Dining 5-8:30 pm Thanksgiving Salmon or

Cook's Choice

Club Closed

Dance to Imagine That 8 to Midnight



5 Soup & Sand 11 am to 1 pm Dining 5 - 8 pm Steak Dance To Still Got It Band 8 to Midnight 12 Soup & Sand 11 am to 1 pm Dining 5 - 8 pm Prime Rib Dance To Jukebox 8 to Midnight 19 Soup & Sand 11 am to 1 pm Dining 5 - 8 pm Cook's Choice Karaoke 8 to Midnight 26

Don’t Forget The Bazaar 9 am To 3 pm Sunday, November 6

Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm Members Only Poker 2 pm Bingo 7 pm


(253) 845-5021 Saturday


Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm

Aerie Info: Box 1358, Puyallup, WA 98371


9 Trustees 6 pm

(253) 770-9025



Dining 4:30 - 7:00 pm

Auxiliary Info: Box 83, Puyallup, WA 98371




Come Do Your Christmas Shopping, Have A Nice Dinner & Enjoy Yourself

Membership makes a perfect holiday gift!!! Brothers, your Aerie is running a membership special during the months of November and December. Why not give a friend or family member one of the gifts possible by paying for their membership into the greatest brotherhood in the world? The Fraternal Order of Eagles have been responsible for many accomplishments in American history, including the observance of Mother’s Day, Social Security, discrimination in the workplace and even Medicare as we see it today. The Eagles can truly say “We Are People Helping People.” The stronger we become, the more people we can help. Daffodil Aerie #2308 is well-known nationally for it’s charitable contributions and it’s membership numbers. To maintain this strength we are dropping re-enrollment and initiation fees, so the membership will cost only one year’s dues — $42. This can be a gift for everyone on your shopping list this holiday season. Membership applications are available in holders throughout the Aerie building or you can stop by the Secretary’s office and pick them up. Just think about how many of your close acquaintances can join you in enjoying what you enjoy. All this along with the chance of winning up to $5,000 in our weekly drawing that is becoming very popular in these past several months. Just give the gift of membership.

Daffodil Roamers News

RV’ers enjoy their trip to wine country What a fantastic trip the Daffodil Roamers RV Club took September 15-18 to the Wine Country RV Park in Prosser, Washington. The weather was absolutely perfect with 75 degrees, blue skies and a slight breeze. We went to the City Wide Garage Sale, and then shopped at Prosser Saturday Market for fresh vegetable, pastries, and wine. Then we were off to the business park next door to the resort were there are 28 wine tasting rooms, some with restaurants and several with gift stores. We drove into town and found a couple of local breweries and even a distillery which makes gin and vodka. In October the group met at Rest-A-While Resort over on Hood Canal for an oyster BBQ and potluck. November 17-20 will find us down in Centralia at the Midway RV Park. Our up and coming Wagon Master Ray Newby is planning several new outings, one being a trip along the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon to Clarkston, Idaho and back to Cle Elum, Washington. You might not want to miss any of these events, so come check us out the first Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. We’d love to include you in our group. —Sheron Mozzone, Secretary, Daffodil Roamers

October’s Texas Hold’em game was a smooth event

Texas Hold'em was sooo much fun on October 9. We’re not sure why, but everything went very smoothly. Thanks to all of you who paid your entry fees for the December Tournament of Champions. To those of you who are qualified, you need to pay the $100 buy-in by the next game on Sunday, November 13. If you are not at the November game or have not contacted us to see when you can meet us at the Aerie, we will go to a lottery and pull names and see if they would like to play. Happy November!! We have a few things going for Only 100 qualified members can play. We lost another of our poker players, Clarence Austhis month. We will have a Veterans’ Dinner on Sunbun, who is playing cards with the other players we have day, November 6 at 6 p.m. Tickets on sale now. lost. We will miss you, Clarence. On Wednesday, November 23, the night before Thanks to all of you players for supporting Texas Thanksgiving, we will have a pre-Thanksgiving Sock Hold’em at Daffodil Aerie #2308. Hop at 7 p.m. Come on down and let’s have some fun. Thanks again to the crew for all the work you do. New Year’s Eve tickets go on sale Wednesday, Welcome aboard to Kathy Buse for joining the team. November 16 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35 per person. You did a great job. We sure could use another volunteer Remember this is the time of year that we need to — someone that knows the game and would help out on check on neighbors, family members or friends who the floor, etc. Our next game is on Sunday, Nov. 13. We might be in need. This is the time of giving. hope to see you then. — Bob Reynolds — Loni Andrews, Manager (253) 535-6706 or (253) 230-2308 -5-

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Daffodil Duffers

Ties galore at our Memorial Tourney The Memorial Golf Tournament was held at Madrona Golf Course on September 18. The game was individual Net Score. Thirty-seven Duffers enjoyed a fun day of golf and lots of pizza after at the Clover Leaf Tavern. This is how they finished. Lots of Ties! • 1st Place, Net 66: Gene Kary, Jeff Marlow and Milo. • 4th Place, Net 67: Don MacDonald, Larry Schneider and Ed Boyle. • 7th Place, Net 68: Bill Bostwick, Jr., Scott Hatt and Don Proctor. • 10th Place, Net 69: Paul Eckhart and Denny Wakin. • 12th Place, Net 70: Jerry Reed. • 13th. Place, Net 71: Jim Collyer, Jerry Hopkins, Ron Johnson and Don Wakin. • 17th Place, Net 72: Ron Griffin.

GOLF HISTORY Here’s a little slice of golf history that you might enjoy. Why do golf courses have 18 holes — not 20 or 10, or even 12? During discussions among the Club Membership Board at St. Andrews in 1858, a senior member pointed out that it takes exactly 18 shots to polish off a fifth of scotch. By limiting himself to only one shot of scotch per hole, he figured a round of golf was finished when the scotch ran out! — Milo

Scholarships for young children still available!

Scholarships are still available for children 12 years of age and younger through the Ken Wilson Memorial Foundation. If you are a Puyallup Aerie THE DUFFERS NEXT BIG EVENT! member and have a child or grandchild who may be Listen up, ladies! The Duffers will bring home the in need of financial assistance to help become meat for Thanksgiving dinner. President Jerry Hop- involved in an activity in or outside of school, please kins is bringing back the very fun Turkey Shoot Golf contact Rod Mohr at (253) 848-4441 or Kelly Wilson Tournament. It will be held at the Brookdale Golf at (253) 848-9593 for further information. All converCourse on Sunday, November 20 starting at 9 a.m. sations and information will be kept confidential. How about that for perfect timing? That gives you — Sincerely, four days for thawing your out! The Ken Wilson Family -6-

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